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's a message apparently not fully embraced by potential presidential candidate hillary clinton who says she would considerhanges to obamacare. correspondent doug mcelway has that story tonight. >> reporter: it was a nuanced criticism of obamacare from the presumed 2016 democratic presidential front-runner. in an off-camera talk in orlando the former secretary of state said, quote, i would be the first to say if things aren't working, then we need people of good faith to come together and make evidence-based changes. the remark appears to offer a window on democrats running for re-election this year and on her 2016 strategy. >> you'll notice that neither hillary clinton or any democrat that i know of, including president obama, has said specifically what changes they would implement, but it's a very poll-driven strategy. >> it's the language that she's using that's -- that says, look, it's not perfect and i'm willing to work to fix it. i think that's -- that's the only balance you can find if you're a democrat right now >> reporter: a new poll finds uninsured americans are more pessimistic t
for your time. >> thank you. >>> coming up, just between clintons. thousands of newly released bill and hillary e-mails help or hippedary possible clinton presidency, part two? that's just ahead. >>> but first, three countries freeze the bank accounts of deposed ukrainian president, victorian nah cove vich while two armed men seize two airports in crimea. we will have the latest on the situation in the ukraine, next on "now." ♪ ♪ ♪ >>> the complicated and bloody past of the ukrainian region of crimea is returning to the president -- present. armed militants have occupied two airports in the region. members of the ukraine's new government say the men were troops deployed from russia but the kremlin is denying those claims. this back and forth comes one day after russian president, vladimir putin, ordered a surprise military exercise on the bored other of ukraine with 150,000 russian troops. the russian flag was planted on top of crimea's parliament building. militants took control of government buildings there and pro-russian demonstrators filled the streets. earlier today in h
to ease the crisis in ukraine. >>> explosive words from hillary clinton, comparing vladmir putin to hitler and nazis. does she have her own ukraine problem. >>> hold on tight. asteroids hours away from a close drive bsh -by of earth. what you need to know right now. >>> hello, everyone. i'm john berman. michaela pereira is off today. we would like to el with come our viewers here in the united states and around the world. those stories and more. it is high-stakes diplomacy and tit for tat threats happening right now as the world looks for ways to respond to russia's military intervention in ukraine. secretary of state, john kerry, face to face with sergei lavrov. they are both in paris for talks that have been planned before the russian takeover. the talks are so much more urgent. perhaps the most important test yet as to whether dialogue can be used to resolve the crisis in ukraine. in some ways, there have been setbacks. if the us and eu impose sanctions on russia, washington is looking at a series of punitive steps including economic and diplomatic sanctions designed to isolate moscow.
this from the start, but hillary clinton and president obama seemed to thing that russia was a good actor and reliable partner five years ago. van's pointed out, you know, russia's not been a good actor for a very long time. >> russia hasn't been a good act are for a very long time. but what did we say when president bush was president and russia came into georgia and took away abkhazia and south ossetia? they still occupy those places today. so it's very easy to say that a president should be doing something different -- >> but my question on that, and i've heard that response before about president bush and georgia, but if you're suggesting we should have been stronger after the georgia invasion, aren't you suggesting we should be stronger now too? >> i think we should be strong now, i agree with that. we should have been strong then and we should be strong now. we have to do two things. we bolster ukraine because we want them looking west and we have to punish russia. at the same time we looked in iran and we found sanctions that the iranians are negotiating with us because our sanctio
the clinton presidency. cnn is beginning to pore through them. we're going to tell you what we find. >>> and right now, heavy rains are slamming california and residents are bracing for the worst. the worst being flooding. mudslides and disaster. we'll take you there, live. >>> hello, i'm wolf blitzer in washington. we start with ukraine, a country on edge right now, as tensions with russia escalate. its ousted leader speaking from the russian border town of russ at that dan. former ukrainian president, victor yanukovych, fighting to restore order in the capital of kiev, and blaming the unrest on, quote, a group of bandits, fascists and radicals. he called the new interim government illegitimate and insisted he wants to return home, but only if his security can be guaranteed. butti yanukovych says there is limit to what he'll do to regain power. listen to this. >> translator: russia must use all its possibilities in order to overcome this chaos, this terror, which today is taking place in ukraine. but i would like to say, once again, and to add that i categorically am against any in
for hillary clinton. more than 30,000 pages of confidential documents from the bill clinton presidency should have been made public a year ago. but they are still under lock and key. that's according to the website, politico. some but not all of the papers may soon be released, and that could cause some problems for hillary clinton if she runs for president in 2016. our senior political analyst, ron brownstein, joining us now from culver city, out in the california. ron, give us an idea of what kind of documents we're talking about, what this potentially could mean if hillary clinton runs for president. >> reporter: hi, wolf. first of all, substantively, i have written books using the presidential libraries and the general trend over time is to longer delay and narrow disclosure. fdr library, lbj library, huge trove material, part of a long standing trend. we don't know what are in the documents. many confidential advice within the white house. i think politically, this really plays into the broader issue, which is that obviously one of the fulcrum points of the hillary clinton campaign in 20
. the politics lead. flashback friday. withheld pages from the clinton presidency is released and shines new light on hillary clinton. >>> and the buried lead. actor seth rogen calls out washington, d.c., for not calling out something that is important. seth rogen live on "the lead" today. good afternoon, everyone. i'm jake tapper. we're going to begin, of course, with the world lead and armed men who may be tied to the russian military who have seized control of two airports in the ukraine. we're also hearing that as many as 20 russian marines armed with machine guns have surrounded a tv station in crimea, southern ukraine, although for right now they remain outside of the building. marines were called in to keep the building secure. this, as the country's ousted president emerged from the shadows today and came out swinging against his political opponents. a defiant viktor yanukovych made an appearance under russian presence saying that he's still in charge and he's not backing down. >> translator: nobody has overturned me. i was compelled to leave ukraine due to a direct threat of my life
and hillary front nominations and the library will release about 5,000 pages of documents from the clinton white house. the documents include confidential advice given to president clinton including communications within first lady hillary clinton and the papers will be posted online by the national archives with paper copies being made available at the clinton library. more than 30,000 documents could soon be released. attorney general eric holder is resting at home this morning after spending some time in the hospital for chest pains on thursday. holder felt faint and short of breath during a meeting with staff members and treated for an elevated heart rate and told he is feeling better. southern california are bracing themselves for extreme weather conditions and mandatory evacuation is in effect for glendora and jesus and they have mud slides threatening homes and la may get 8" of rain in just two days and that is the amount of rainfall they get in a month causing mudslides and power outages and flash floods and nicole has a closer look of the situation out west and it has been too dra
the democrats are dealing with it. why it could end up hurting hillary clinton in 2016 some analysts say. >>> a pregnant woman drives her minivan filled with children right into the surf in daytona beach. the dramatic rescue and why she did it. >>> a report about common antibiotics. what dangers they propose and what the cdc is recommending. jon: dramatic video captures a scary hit-and-run it happened at an intersection in california. watch the right side of your screen as a 14-year-old girl trying to cross the street is hit by two vehicles. police say she was trying to cross against the red light. first a red pickup truck hit her. then a black sedan. they're charging owner of sedan with felony hit-and-run because he left the scene. they're still looking for the driver of the red pickup truck. the girl was taken to the hospital with leg injuries but she is expected to be okay. >> so lucky, right? she wasn't more injured. a new jersey judge ruling against an 18-year-old honor student suing her parents. we told awe little bit this yesterday. rachel canning was seeking $650 a week and thous
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business his predecessor. remember hillary clinton's russian reset. she had a prop and incorrectly translated slogan to go with it. >> we want to reset our relationship, as -- so we will do it together. okay? >> well, as we all knowing, our russians relationship was reset. we can thank hillary clinton for resetting it all the way back to the '80s, just as republicans like mitt romney, it turns out hillary clinton's defining moment as secretary of state could be this spectacular failure. governor dean, was hillary clinton naive then five years ago? >> this is ridiculous conversation, s.e. >> it really isn't. this is going to haunt her for the next two years. >> these are talking points. it's beneath your show to put out partisan talk -- >> you don't think she's responsible for setting the tone of naivete with a clearly bad actor? >> first of all, it was joe biden's idea, and second of all the president's idea and that was before hillary clinton was even asked to be secretary of state, first of all. second of all, it is irresponsible not to talk to a major glob power and try to work
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and that vladimir putin has lost touched with reality. and hillary clinton just made her first public comments about the crisis in ukraine. >> major developments today in the volatile crisis in ukraine. >> russian troops amass in crimea. >> vladimir putin denies they're even russian. >> it was a bit of a rambling press conference to be honest. >> he really denied there were troops in crimea? >> what russia did was wrong and i will not sit here and apologize or defend military aggression. >> so, you know, what are the real options? >> there is little appetite in the u.s. or europe to get involved militarily. >> is there an exit ramp approaching? >> providing this off ramp. >> this morning, secretary of state john kerry arrived. >> kerry's arrival coin sides with a proposed pact -- >> will europe go along with the united states to make it truly effective? >> there's not a clear black and white. >> that's because europe and the u.s. aren't entirely on the same page. >> merkel basically questioned putin's state of mind. >> he is living in a different world and the europeans understand that. >> there is
in the presidency. only 40% said they are satisfied. doug schoen, former advisor to bill clinton is here to defend that, kind of, and monica crowley, radio talk show host and both are fox news contributors. the numbers are not getting better. has to be a reason for that. look at economy. get on record, monica. >> i think obama and his team set up unreasonable and impossible expectations from the very beginning from the 2008 race where this would be a man who would reduce the rise of the oceans and so on. impossible to meet those expectations. i also think rhetoric and some of the mistruths that this team has put in place and articulated over many years now running smack into reality. so obama care will save you and your family $2500 a year or if you like your plan you will keep it or america will be respected more in the rear world and unemployment will be down to 6.5%. all of those things have not come to pass. all of those people are disappointed and disillusioned. bill: she has a long list. >> she does. bill: when we have more time. can you defend this doug. >> i don't think i can defend it but
clinton - documents from the clinton white house were made public and we had ipp sight into hillary's stormy relationship with the press core. as thee gears up, how real can she be, and not someone that hates the press. >> first of all, hillary clinton will be the strongest candidate that the democrats have. there's more ink written about hillary clinton than any other political figure. i don't think the documents will be released are going to matter. take rand paul. he's looking backwards, he's bringing up monica lewins key as an attack on hilary clinton. he's dredging that up. people don't want to hear about them, but want to hear about now. that's where hillary will have her issue. she needs to come up with what she's for and now, not things like in the past. it was rand paul looking back to monica lewinski. what must she do. what would she have to do to convince you? >> dade is right bringing up those issues are not what the campaign is about. people have made their decision. i think what this election for her will be about is where is obama come 2016. i mean, right now he is up
for "variety." on hillary clinton, should she decide to run for president? the headline, "hollywood prepares to shower hillary clinton with support." there are republicans that hollywood would support as well. explain the story. seems tollary clinton be laying the groundwork for something. she has been visiting los angeles quite a few times. she will be back this week and speaking at ucla. lands, ant of perp number of people in the entertainment industry are actually getting ready for this. they are working for super packs that have been set up, what is called "ready for hillary." usa".s called "priorities katzenburg is leading the fundraising for that super pac. he is reaching out to donors in the entertainment business to for theuild support potential clinton candidacy, in the event that happens. host: ted johnson is senior editor for "variety." his work is available online at variety.com. think you for joining us. again, a look at the new york times. this photograph of russian troops in crimea. at last count, 15,000 troops and the acting ukrainian government is calling the entry into the
a problem for hillary clinton if she decides to run for president in 2016. explain the connection there. >> willie, senator clinton, secretary clinton was the face of the reset. you guys will remember. we saw this on "morning joe" back in 2009 in her second month in office. she was in moscow at one of her first trips and she presented the russian foreign minister with an actual gift wrapped red reset button. this is just an example as maggie haberman points out. she has to answer questions about the health care and economy and about the nsa. secretary clinton has been so quiet. her advisers think, oh, she doesn't have to jump out and make a statement about everything. but, willie, as we can see here on the show, this is no passing issue. her book is out soon and she will be doing some midterm campaigning. so politico sees increasing pressure on secretary clinton to talk about some of these issues. some people will say she is a little bit out of the loop on some of these decisions. it's not going a defense she is going to use. her plan is to stick with president obama, but it makes it ha
there tonight, a speech at ucla by hillary clinton. the former secretary of state made news yesterday comparing vladimir putin's actions in ukraine to those of adolf hitler. today, she said she meant putin's so-called protection of ethnic russians in crimea was like the nazis' invasion of poland to protect german citizens there. that's tonight's live look outside the beltway from "special report." we'll be right back. re acting up and i've got this runny nose. i better take something. truth is, sudafed pe pressure and pain won't treat all of your symptoms. really? alka seltzer plus severe sinus fights your tough sinus symptoms plus your runny nose. oh what a relief it is an entirely new menu created with your busy schedule in mind. pronto lunch starting at $6.99. handmade italian sandwiches, flatbreads, and our signature soup and salad. starting at $6.99. and all served "pronto!" at olive garden. [ banker ] sydney needed some financial guidance so she could take her dream to the next level. so we talked about her options. her valuable assets were staying. and selling her car wouldn't fly. we he
freedom bill was vetoed this week, but did you know that president bill clinton signed the very same language into federal law 20 years ago. it was okay then, why not now? i'll ask the pro opponent of the arizona bill when we come back. online fox news.com. >>> this weekend hollywood's biggest names are going to gather for the academy awards. so we sent correspondent ryan reese to the red carpet for a preview. what's going on in hollywood? >> there's electricity in the air as celebritities and political assembled. >> what are political figures do there? >> they're here for movies like frozen, a documentary about the obamacare website. >> i enjoyed the movie "gravity." i wonder if you think that movie will win any of the awards this time? >> i was disappointed with "gravity." i heard it was about a woman lost in space and i was hoping it was nancy pelosi. >> i'm going to leave that one alone. let me ask you this, ryan, what is it that everybody is buzzing about out there? >> governor, there's some really ex traf gent set designs. take a look. >> wow, that looks like a scene maybe from
the new documents from the clinton library could mean for the former first lady. >>> later, inside the zimmerman trial, what happened, what can we learn and what it means for "stand your ground." >>> plus -- it's the winter of potholes, thousands of them causing billions in damage to our cars. but where do they come from? we'll get to all that in just a moment. >>> but we start with new developments in ukraine. right now, as russia's military continues to stand guard in parts of crimea, back here, the united nations security council meeting in a rare saturday session to talk about what if anything to do about the fast-moving crisis. meanwhile, a few hours ago in a largely symbolic move, russia's parliament gave president vladimir putin permission to use russia's military in that region soon after word from the white house that they continue to watch closely and consider consequences this afternoon. great britain condemned what it called an act of aggression against ukraine. what's happening now and what does it all mean? nbc's jim maceda is in moscow. bill neely is in crimea. jim,
. he lost in 1992 to bill clinton. clinton wins with 43% of the vote roughly, that was it. because of the third party candidacy of who? ross perot. clinton didn't get over 50% of the vote. george bush gets in without winning a majority of votes and then 2004 the second bush testimony, bush leaves office, bush around 2007 had the worst gallup approval numbers of any president since harry truman. barack obama. obama wins in 2008. 2012 obama actually is the first president in history -- though he was the first democrat, i believe, since lbj to get over 50% of the vote -- but in 2012 he was elected with, first president to do this, elected with less popular votes and electoral college votes in his re-election. reagan won 49 out of 50 states in his re-election, obama won 26. a bare majority. and if you look at a map of counties, right, under reagan it was a sea of red. under obama it was still a sea of red. if you look, if you look at counties. and speaking, speaking of obama, there was a poll done in 2013 after the 2013 -- after the second inaugural which asked americans if ronald reag
president clinton. let me start with you. mike mcphal, you workd with him during the clinton years. he took away from the press conference that putin doesn't know what to do next. do you think that's the case, that putin actually, while he's trying to show confidence, he may have acted emotionally and now doesn't have a plan b? >> putin was very angry at what happened in kiev. yanukovych mishandled the situation. >> let putin down. >> let putin down. he sees a western hand behind everything. so, things did not play out as he wanted. he is now seeing sort of the last piece of the former soviet empire falling away. so, it's a bit of desperation. and so i think in some sense, this is a reactive act, but it's dangerous. he's there. and we have to make it very clear to him that he has a fundamental choice here. >> right. >> if he stays on this path, he faces isolation and a very bad future. if he gets off this path, he can redeem the investment of sochi. >> sure. >> and be part of the international community. >> it seems it's political isolation he faces first. financial isolation seems to be un
. this is a -- cluck just said he did call bill clinton a sexual predator but aside from that. >> he wasn't calling names that day. that's different. >> it's interesting positioning. >> it is interesting positioning, but he's fighting again, talking about rear guard action. he's fighting a party -- you asked marco rubio himself. the reason he may not be a serious contender is because he's alienated a right wing base on a matter of immense political concern for the future of the republican party, bringing in hispanic voters. i mean, obviously if you're a gay or lesbian person in america and looking at what happened in arizona, you're thinking maybe that party is not the one for me. i mean, serially they're alienating different constituencies and certainly alienating younger people who have much different at that timitudes towards it. one small -- i wasn't going to call it a suicide mission. it seems like a suicide mission if you're trying to be a national party. the one small intervention is you know, in the '50s and '60s, a lot of people used theological arguments to argue against absentgration. le
as an international relations professor, your view of what hillary clinton said earlier this week comparing putin's actions in ukraine, the pretext that he invoked to what hitler did when he set a pretext for invading neighboring countries in the 1930s. this reported by buzz feed initially. is that a fair assessment. she wasn't specifically drawing a comparison between hitler and putin but talking about the pretext of going in to save russian speaking peoples. is that fair? >> i think that's not a particularly useful analogy and comparisons to hitler should be used very carefully. it's sort of typical of the foreign policy hyperbole we often get. great powers have various interests for intervening in other countries. they do that sometimes, the united states has done that. we're always pretty good at coming up with various rationales for doing it. again we don't have to like what russia did and our diplomacy should be organized around stabilizing the situation and hopefully reversing it. we have to recognize that they were doing this to defend what they regard as vital to national security intere
-year itch. i was there in 1998 and bill clinton defied the odds. these campaigns are going to be very competitive, tough, but at the end of the day i still believe the democrats will retain control of the senate. unfortunately, from a mathematical point of you what you did not make him in college, let me just say, it's tough to take back the house given the gerrymandered nature of the district. democrats have over 1 million more votes and republicans in 2012 and yet we only captured 47% of the seats. we have an opportunity to take back some of the gubernatorial seats. while two-thirds of the american people did not bother to vote in 2010 which is why the tea party took over, i think 2014 will be a year where you see a resurgence of democratic voters going back to the polls to vote. >> ralph, your take on this? since you mentioned the tea party, we have primaries in texas today and tea party candidates is not looking very good. >> right. first of all let me say to those of you are here for the policy conference, thank you for all that you and aipac do every day. i've been working -- [a
with a port authority. and later hillary clinton's stepping into the spotlight in a politically critical state. you're going to find out about her comments in florida and why they're making news today. so there i was again, explaining my moderate to severe chronic plaque psoriasis to another new stylist. it was a total embarrassment. and not the kind of attention i wanted. so i had a serious talk with my dermatologist about my treatment options. this time, she prescribed humira-adalimumab. humira helps to clear the surface of my skin by actually working inside my body. in clinical trials, most adults with moderate to severe plaque psoriasis saw 75% skin clearance. and the majority of people were clear or almost clear in just 4 months. humira can lower your ability to fight infections, including tuberculosis. serious, sometimes fatal events, such as infections, lymphoma, or other types of cancer have happened. blood, liver and nervous system problems, serious allergic reactions, and new or worsening heart failure have occurred. before starting humira, your doctor should test you for tb. ask you
itself? >> it is a little bit. it is the gambit that president clinton did in georgia and is doing again in ukraine -- that president putin did in georgia. vladimir putin is trying to have an alternative to western institutions. he signed up russian. he obviously signed up belarus and is pressuring those nearby, but that only works if he has got ukraine, and if he has got ukraine firmly in a russian orbit, and that is what this is all about and why it is so serious. >> do you think in retrospect you were tough enough in the white house? a number of things. we did, as the ministration is doing here, we have a billion dollar aid package for georgia to make sure they could survive economically. the black ship into sea and delivered humanitarian c-130.nce with the whatd a lot in place, but we did not do was economic sanctions. >> is that what they should do now? >> i think so. and we have learned a lot about sanctions from iran. sanctions that excluded iran from the world financial system. andnow how to target oil gas. we have got legislation since 2008, so i think two things. one, i think w
enough at the end of his tenure president clinton pardoned a bunch of them one of the policeman who was there at the time said they all felt lucky that day. one of the others, a newspaper reporter reported this happen during a routine traffic stop. both of those accounts are really incorrect. it was really mrs. walter jacobsen and i have been unable to even find her first name, completely obscure case now but she broke an attempted robbery of the greatest importance by hardened terrorists who all went to jail thanks to her intervention. so you know that phrase now. it started in new york as a nationwide push by the department of homeland security that if you see something say something. i like the phrase and i think it captures well the sense that we as citizens have both a duty and opportunity to be citizens in cases that do touch him specific security. i like the slogan more than i do some which have more emphasis. for example you'll often see signs around military bases that say if you see anything that looks at all suspicious immediately report to authoritiauthoriti s. i would t
bill was vetoed this week, but did you know that president bill clinton signed the very same language into federal law 20 years ago. it was okay then, why not now? i'll ask the pro opponent of the arizona bill when we come back. [dog] larry? larry? larry? wanna play? [announcer] a healthy dog is a playful dog. [dog] let's do this larry. [announcer] help him keep those muscles while he loses a few pounds with beneful healthy weight. de with wholesome rice,real c, even accents of vitamin rich ggies. it's calorie-smart and tastes so good. beneful healthy weight...from purina. iwe don't back down. we only know one direction: up so we're up early. up late. thinking up game-changing ideas, like this: dozens of tax free zones across new york state. move here. expand here. or start a new business here... and pay no taxes for 10 years. with new jobs, new opportunities and a new tax free plan. there's only one way for your business to go. up. find out if your business can qualify at start-upny.com a >> live from america's news headquarters i am kelly wright. ukraine is on the brink of disaster
women. he's been investigated in three other states. >>> the clinton library is preparing to release 33,000 pages of previously confidential records from bill clinton's presidency. the first four to 5,000 are set to go online this afternoon. the rest will be released over the next two weeks. >>> all right. i know it's busy in the morning, but you need to pay attention to this. do you remember this moment? we're going to play it now. in is at the state of the union. they say could be the longest standing ovation in history. sergeant cory remsberg. yesterday, we told you the story of his amazing recovery. we all say we support the troops, right? at that state of the union, the left and the right, they stood up and cheered. remember how they said they were united by him. here is the real deal. yesterday, the senate took up a bill for veterans like cory, $21 billion brought by independent bernie sanders. it was planned to improve veterans' access to health care. all things both parties say they should have. should have sailed through, right? senate republicans however tried to tack on addit
in at number five, hillary clinton at number six. michelle obama scored particularly high in the categories of being her own woman and value to the president. and when you say value to the president, one thing that strikes me is there's sort of a synergy between her let's move campaign and the idea of promoting health with the signature achievement of the obama presidency, which is health care reform. and maybe it's a reference to something else, was that's what i read in "value to the president." >> it's certainly an interesting list, but michelle obama certainly strikes a balance here. the balance is being her own woman and then living in the shadow of what was the hillary clinton era as first lady, where she was part and parcel being the legislating partner of that president. she was -- it was a two-for-one deal and the american public really fully embraced that embodiment of two for one. michelle obama has been really the antigen sis of that. she is a bit more activist in some ways, but in some ways, she's a bit more withdrawn. she's sort of being the woman that she, i think, really wan
you know that president bill clinton signed the very same language into federal law 20 years ago. it was okay then, why not now? i'll ask the pro opponent of the arizona bill when we come back. knows her way can run in high heels. must be a supermodel, right? you don't know "aarp". because aarp is making finding the career you love, no matter what your age, a real possibility. go to aarp.org/possibilities to check out life reimagined for tools, support, and connections. if you don't think "i've still got it" when you think aarp, then you don't know "aarp". find more surprising possibilities and get to know us at aarp.org/possibilities iwe don't back down. we only know one direction: up so we're up early. up late. thinking up game-changing ideas, like this: dozens of tax free zones across new york state. move here. expand here. or start a new business here... and pay no taxes for 10 years. with new jobs, new opportunities and a new tax free plan. there's only one way for your business to go. up. find out if your business can qualify at start-upny.com >>> tensions continue to escal
the clinton administration 20 years ago with respect to the balkansment massive human suffering, in that case it was genocide. more three years the world looked away, then it started to get out of of control. there's people here who know the story much better than i do, but then finally after three years, you know, clinton decided to get involved and to his credit, you know, no one is dying in boss any ca today. now, it's far from a perfect situation, and one can sort of look back, and i personally have sort of a lot of criticism of the dayton plan, but one of good things that happened because of u.s. leadership was that part of the world was turned around. and so, and the plan that was put in place was a political solution. it involved military intervention, but with it also had a political arrangement, you know, integrated within the entire package. so i think if syria is going to be turned around, we need something similar. but none of that, of course, will happen unless there is leadership that can only come from this country. >> the worst part, the worst group among the extremists is isi
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a member of the g-8 since the days when yeltsin and bill clinton were first negotiating that entrance. that is not just canceling a g-8 meeting. what he was talking about was kicking russia out of the g-8 because it's not a democracy if it invades another country. >> well, there's a number of problems with that. first of all, there are some reports the europeans as are often the case may not be as willing to be as hard line on these things as the united states is and keeping that economic coalition together will be a challenge. second, we know putin has a lot of give and leeway in the short term. anybody can spend that much on the olympics has access to the ability to paper over any short term economic hit he takes. and third, of course, the guy plays to nationalism, by kicking him out of the g-9 or putting economic limits on travel and banking and other things, the more he's going to initially feel like that's an advantage for him to rally support. long-term those things are effective. short term they may make him think twice but i don't think they change his behavior which is more a
red lines ever since we began to move nato toward russia in the 1990s. clinton began it. bush continued it. obama rhetorically has continued it. the ultimate red line, and unlike perhaps obama, putin really believes in red lines, was ukraine. what putin saw happening in ukraine, for him, and we can argue whether it was or isn't, it was a direct threat to russian national security in the form of crimea. and so he reacted. >> why would steven hadley, who is a big shot in the bush administration be now pushing for nato membership for ukraine? which as i said in the opening would mean we would have to fight the russians personally and directly if they interfered in ukraine, if that were the case. if we put them in nato, then we're all the way on the front lines ourselves. why would this country want to bring our front all the way to the border between ukraine and russia? what would be the national interest in doing that? >> i have to make a generalization. what we're witnessing in this crisis in ukraine, and essentially, it's moving the old metaphorical curtain in berlin right to
has no magic stick that can do well. as it can change other things in the fact that clinton to obama will try to impose the neo to make other steps than too low. to all of the canoe beef and declarations but the real change in the field to the peace agreement that they keep saying possible today and maybe in the next if you use their announcements by sides can agree to continue the stewards until the end of the ca eleven notes form officials are hopeful. in the first and foremost the israeli side this is just not the right time to reach an agreement of this magnitude and importance. oh with the palestinians arabs and often the palestinian side no there isn't anyone were really there that appears serious and seriously interested in discussing any final settlement with the israelis. this new audit will save lives. the us will take the toughest on what iran sneak in a program which israel claims christmas that year saying he has previously described christian us on the county as a wolf in sheep's clothing. this week but scary in its neon who can speak in one sentence i write is really a
secretary clinton go out with a reset butt button. they've had all these gestures. if you were putin wouldn't you take from all that that there's a pretty high level of willingness on the part of the obama administration to give you a pass if you do a few small thing, like say take crimea? >> i think the real thing is and the president was correct, this is not the cold war where it's a zero sum game. during the cold war we allied ourselves with very unsavory characters because we did not want the soviet union to get ahead. that's the point. it's not a zero sum game. there are things we could work on. for example, had you not had what everybody criticized, you would have never gotten the russians to help support those sanctions against iran. they're not a geopolitical foe. they're a declining power. this is going to make them weaker because there are going to be a lot of people in ukraine who might have worked with them, but after this they're not going to do it. interesting if you take a look, they control two parts of georgia, but the others are trying to move toward nato. and that's what
clinton wish she had a reset button. that could affect your white house bid. >> lois lerner on the schedule to testify and what does she know about the irs scandal? >> and coming up. shepherd smith will report live for us from ukraine. stay tuned for that. canned i am shepherd smith in ukraine, we are standing above independence square and now memorials for those who lost their lives. today, millions of nowers and people stand in the spot where the fight began. we'll have complete coverage this afternoon throw o'clock eastern and two central on sheppard smith reporting on the fox news channel. [ male announcer ] it's simple phics... a body at rest tends to stay at rest... while a body in motion tends to stay in motion. staying active can actually ease arthritis symptoms. but if you have arthritis, staying active can be difficult. prescription celebrex can help relieve arthritis pain so your body can stay in motion. because just one 200mcelebrex a day can provide 24 hour relief for ny with arthritis pain d inflammation. plus, in clinical studies, celebrex is proven to improve
to do with it. she was ambassador to the united nations. and secretary clinton was, quote, exhausted i believe was the rationale given why she wasn't on every sunday morning show. so the fact is that we knew at the time -- susan rice said -- and this is what it really was all about. it was all about a president deption campaign -- presidential campaign and the narrative that bin laden is dead, al qaeda is on the run. because then susan rice, in response to bob schieffer, said, "president obama said when he was running for president that he would refocus our efforts and attentions on al qaeda." and then she said, get this, "we've decimated al qaeda. bin laden is gone. he also said we would end the war in iraq responsibly. we've done that. close quote. is there anybody here who thinks that the war in iraq has been ended responsibly? "he has protected civilians in libya and qadhafi is gone." so, obviously, we have not decimated al qaeda. al qaeda is not on the run. in fact, al qaeda is increasing everywhere across the middle east and north africa. and anybody who believes that when the bl
of no business as usual. it might make sense to decide to kick russia out of the g-8. president clinton was the one and he had good reason to do this when he worked with president yeltsin, expanding from g-8 to g-7. president clinton gave substantial support to the russian federation. but you see putin acting in a way that -- so we certainly cannot somewhere -- i would be surprised if president obama did not announce that today or in the coming days that he's not going to sochi and i think the european allies should support him on that. >> that goes with the cold war who would have thought things would be unfolding as quickly as they are right now. nick, thanks very much for offering some good perspective on what's going on. our own christianne amanpour is standing by in longdon. but first, today's cnn hero, he's changing the lives of families. meet this very special man. >>> i'm emotional right now. i'm excited. i'm so glad things are starting to turn around. it's been like five years, me and my kids didn't have nowhere to go. we just had to go from place to place. we slept in abandone
, #jktweetsagain. hillary clinton making a decision whether she'll run, whether she won't run, how much do you think benghazi and admitted state department failures of security, which were articulated in the state department's own report, how much will that be an issue or not be an issue? >> one of the great virtues of hillary would be sitting here and say the same thing, one of the great virtues of this job is i will not get engaged in presidential and domestic politics. >> do you miss politics at all? >> i beg your part season. >> do you mispolitics at all? >> i miss the years of senator and i miss a lot of aspects of it, yeah, i do, but this is a spectacular job. and i love doing what i'm doing. and i love the fact that for a concentrated period of time, even though i missed some of the other aspects, not all of them, mind you, i am able to focus on a specific task, a specific set of issues. and that is a luxury, believe me, to not have to go to a fund-raiser and not have to ask people for money, to not have to engage in some of the day-to-day things is really a blessing. and i love the abi
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